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The Swedish deputy, whom Erdogan wanted extradited, spoke for the first time

Emine Kakabaveh, a Swedish-Kurdish MP whom President Erdogan wants extradited to Turkey, gave an interview to the US media.

While the tension between Turkey and the Western bloc continues after Sweden and Finland got closer to NATO after Russia’s attack on Ukraine, all eyes are on Emine Kakabaveh, a Swedish politician of Kurdish origin whom President Erdogan wants to be extradited to Turkey.

President and AKP Chairman Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, referring to Kakabaveh, said, “PKK supporters can enter the parliament in Sweden, they make speeches there. It is not possible for us to say yes to NATO memberships,” he said.


Swedish lawmaker Kakabaveh, who Erdogan pointed out and became one of the key figures in the recent NATO crisis, gave an interview to the US-based broadcaster Voice Of America.

Kakabaveh said, ‘I am a Kurdish citizen of Iranian descent. I m not Turk. I have no connection with Turkey. I also serve in the European Parliament. ”, he argued that his extradition cannot be requested from Turkey.

Eyes on the politician Turkey wants extradition: Either he will destroy the government or support the terrorists

Kakabaveh said, ‘Erdogan says he will not approve of Sweden’s NATO membership as long as I remain in charge. Erdogan calls me a terrorist just because I defend Kurdish rights. ” said.


Kakabaveh said, “Yes, I bring up the events in Turkey. Because there are hundreds of people in prisons in the country just because they are Kurds.” said. Kakabaveh also urged the Swedish parliament not to approve Erdogan’s requests.

Yesterday, on June 7, Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson announced that she would resign if the votes against were in the majority in the vote of no confidence held for the country’s Minister of Justice, Morgan Johansson, and it was announced that the only deputy who could prevent her resignation was Kakabaveh.

While only one vote is enough for the Minister of Justice to get a passing vote, with the vote of Kakabaveh, who is an independent in the parliament, the government in Sweden can avoid falling. In the news in the US-based Bloomberg, Kakabaveh also stated that in return for Kakabaveh’s promise to support the cabinet, Andersson’s party promised more support to the PYD, the Syrian branch of the terrorist organization PKK.

Kakabaveh, who made a statement on the subject, said, “If our agreement becomes clear, I will not support this vote of no confidence. “I am currently waiting for a response from the government,” he said. It is stated that the vote to be held on Tuesday will have a critical importance for international relations as well as the politics of the country.

Source From: Sozcu

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